Waikato Regional Council has granted a total of $153,500 to twelve community projects designed to protect and enhance the environment.
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Buses will be travelling further north than ever before, with changes to Hamilton’s public transport network kicking off in the new year.
A Waikato power company has been convicted and fined $31,875 after unwittingly discharging hundreds of litres of oil into a stream at Te Kuiti.
Boaties are being urged to make sure they get their inflatable lifejackets checked and serviced regularly to ensure they work when needed in times of crisis.
Waikato Regional Council is seeking to deepen the level of financial reporting it receives from the ground-breaking Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari ecological island project near Cambridge.
Having their photo taken hugging a cool kiwi kauri tree is a classic photo for locals and tourists alike.
Boaties are being urged to join the crowds checking out bar crossing safety videos as the number of views surges to nearly 100,000.
Waikato regional councillors have for the first time voted to adopt a statement of intent to guide the council’s use of aerially applied 1080 for pest control purposes within the region.
Waikato Regional Council-linked environmental protection and restoration projects have attracted more than $1.3 million in Waikato River Authority contributions in the latest funding round announced recently.
The popular Cathedral Cove park and ride shuttle will be operating again over the busy 2015/16 summer holiday season.